Full Council, Monday, 24 September 2018
This meeting will be held in the Council Chamber starting at 6.30 pm.
1 OPENING COMMENTS
2 EVACUATION PROCEDURES, INDUCTION LOOP AND TURNING OFF MOBILE PHONES
The former Chair will give details of the evacuation procedures.
The induction loop for hearing aid users will be explained.
Mobile phones should be switched to silent.
3 APOLOGIES FOR ABSENCE
4 DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST
5 CHAIRMAN'S ENGAGEMENTS, COMMUNICATIONS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS
The Chairman will give an update of events attended.
6 PUBLIC PARTICIPATION
a) Items on the agenda
b) Items not on the agenda
7 PREVIOUS MINUTES OF COUNCIL
To approve the minutes of the Council meetings held on 14 May 2018.
8 UPDATE FROM THE LEADER OF THE COUNCIL
9 MEMBERSHIPS OF BOARD, COMMITTEES AND PANELS
10 TREASURY MANAGEMENT ANNUAL REPORT 2017/18
The Treasury Management Outturn Report reflects on the performance against the Treasury Management strategy for the 2017/18 financial year.
11 COMMUNITY GOVERNANCE REVIEWS
This is a report on the two stages of consultation on the community governance reviews for the parishes of Street and Cranmore. The matter has been considered at each stage by Cabinet, and it is for Council to make the final decision.
12 PETITION WITH REGARD TO CAR PARKING IN FROME
The Council has received a petition regarding the proposal to introduce Sunday Car Parking charges in Frome.
13 BOYLE CROSS PARTNERSHIP
Report to follow.
14 TAXI POLICY
The Council has had a Taxi Policy since 2013 and has consulted on the draft of a new Taxi Policy to replace the existing one from 1 October 2018.
15 GAMBLING STATEMENT AND PRINCIPLES
Mendip must adopt a Statement of Licensing Principles under the Gambling Act 2005, for each 3 yearly period.
16 CHANGES TO THE CONSTITUTION
This report describes amendments of specific elements of the Council's Constitution. These amendments concern the Standards Committee and Responsibility of Functions; Scheme of Delegation to Officers.
17 MOTIONS TO COUNCIL
Members can submit motions to Council in accordance with the Constitution.
18 QUESTIONS FROM THE PUBLIC
To discuss any questions submitted by the public in accordance with the Constitution.
19 QUESTIONS FROM MEMBERS
To discuss any questions submitted by Members in accordance with the Constitution.
20 URGENT BUSINESS
To consider any other business which the Chairman decides is urgent.